• Extending the amazing partnership

    Kaspersky, a global cybersecurity company, and INTERPOL have signed a new five-year agreement to reinforce their collaboration in the fight against cybercrime around the world. This is the second agreement between the two parties following the first signed in 2014.  On July 3, Eugene Kaspersky, CEO of Kaspersky, and Tim Morris, Executive Director of Police Service at INTERPOL, signed a contribution agreement under which Kaspersky will provide human resources support, training, and threat intelligence data on the latest cybercriminal activities to INTERPOL, strengthening the organization’s cyberthreat hunting capabilities. The signing ceremony took place at INTERPOL World 2019, which is currently underway in Singapore.  This cooperation strengthens the existing relationship between…

  • Hunting Hackers.

    Few Malaysian media is there now, reporting on the Cybersecurity conference organised by Kaspersky Lab.  The conference is a good platform to showcase how both private and public sectors coming together to fight on cyber criminals. Kaspersky Lab hosts a Security Conference, ‘Palaeontology of Cybersecurity Conference’ as part of the INTERPOL World Congress 2017. The conference aims to shed light on how private and public cybersecurity experts work together to collect malware artefacts, map and analyze attacks, and find the trail of the hackers responsible for the most sophisticated cyber campaigns around the world. “As exciting as it sounds, researchers who hunt the hackers, responsible for the most stealthy and…

  • Kaspersky Lab and INTERPOL alert: Infected ATMs give away millions of dollars without credit cards around the globe

    Kaspersky Lab’s experts performed a forensic investigation into cyber-criminal attacks targeting multiple ATMs around the world. During the course of this investigation, the company’s researchers discovered a piece of malware infecting ATMs that allowed attackers to empty the cash machines via direct manipulation, stealing millions of dollars. INTERPOL alerted the affected member countries and is assisting ongoing investigations. They work at night – only on Sundays and Mondays. Without inserting a credit card into the ATM slot, they enter a combination of digits on the ATM’s keyboard, make a call to receive further instructions from an operator, enter another set of numbers and the ATM starts giving out cash, lots…